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Ryanair Will Not Operate Any Services Out Of Or Into NI Until Late March At The Earliest

Published on Feb 3 2021 11:31 AM in General Industry tagged: Trending Posts / Ryanair / Belfast International Airport / City of Derry Airport

Ryanair Will Not Operate Any Services Out Of Or Into NI Until Late March At The Earliest

Ryanair has ceased its services from City of Derry Airport until the end of March and further delayed the return of the majority of its services at Belfast International Airport, meaning that the airline will not operate any services out of or into Northern Ireland until late March at the earliest.

Last month, Ryanair stopped operating its route between Belfast International Airport and London Stansted Airport, and delayed the resumption of several other services from Belfast International Airport, meaning that it will also not operate at Belfast International Airport until the end of March.

As reported by The Irish News, Ryanair services from Derry to Liverpool and Edinburgh were due to resume this week, but the airline has now pushed the services' resumption date back to March 28 due to the impact of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.

Belfast International Airport Services

Ryanair has also delayed the resumption of the majority of its services from Belfast International Airport to European destinations until May and June, and has not given a resumption date for its services from Belfast International Airport to Manchester and London Stansted.

At present, Ryanair services from Belfast International Airport to Krakow are due to resume on March 28, its services from Belfast International to Milan Bergamo and Warsaw Modlin are due to resume on May 1, and its services from Belfast International Airport to Alicante, Malaga and Gdansk are due to resume in early June.

Record Loss Expected

The above news follows news from earlier this week that Ryanair expects a record loss of close to €1 billion in the year to March 31, and that it experienced a loss of €306 million during the third quarter of its current financial year.

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